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  • Tripathi powers RPS past KKR

    Rahul Tripathi scored 93 off just 52 balls as Rising Pune Supergiant eased to a four-wicket victory over Kolkata Knight Riders in their Indian Premier League encounter at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata last night.

  • Stokes 'earns his cash' with explosive ton

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes proved the $2.17 million that Rising Pune Supergiants splashed to secure his service in the Indian Premier League was a smart investment as he blasted a match-winning century against Gujarat Lions on Monday.

  • Zampa wary of Warne comparison

    Australia's search for a successor to Shane Warne is yet to bear fruit nearly a decade after he retired, so Adam Zampa is naturally wary about comparisons with the leg-spinning great.

  • The run home to finals: IPL

    Here's how things stand after match 48 of the Indian Premier League 2016 between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders and what teams need to do to progress further.

  • ‘Went through lots of video analysis to counter Fizz’

    Thursday's outing is only the third time in 11 games that Fizz finished wicketless. Morris had a few words of praise for the youngster and how a few behind-the-scenes analysis helped Daredevils combat the threat posed by the multi-skilled bowler.

  • No day off after retirement for Dhoni

    India’s limited overs skipper MS Dhoni is likely to have his hands full after retirement, as he has a diversified portfolio with business interests in real estate, security solutions, a chain of gyms or the recently-launched sports apparel chain, SEVEN.

  • Bhogle wants Riyad for Pune

    Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle tweets a suggestion to include Bangladesh batsman Mahmudullah Riyad in the depleted Rising Pune Supergiants side in the Indian Premier League.

  • Shakib picks up first wicket of IPL 2016

    Shakib Al Hasan bowled a tidy spell and picked up his first wicket of the Indian Premier League 2016 as Kolkata Knight Riders restricted Rising Pune Supergiants to 160 for five at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadiium in Pune on April 24, 2016.